Historic Preservation, P.B.C

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UNC Greensboro’s Interior Architecture Department offers a unique graduate curriculum in Historic Preservation. Through coursework and hands-on learning, you can deepen your knowledge and training in the protection of historic and architectural resources. 

PROGRAM DISTINCTIONS

A hallmark of this program is the opportunity to participate in hands-on learning experiences, including the Historic Preservation Field School, which takes students to historic sites like Old Salem, local cemeteries, historic homes, and more.  

THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE

  • The certificate is ideal for professionals who already have a job in the field (and are seeking further training) or people who already have a graduate degree and want to gain additional skills.
  • The Historic Preservation certificate can be earned in tandem with the MFA in Interior Architecture or the MA in History/ Museum Studies.
  • Administered by the Interior Architecture department since 2000, this certificate introduces students to current issues and practices in the field by having them take three core Historic Preservation courses, one for-credit internship, and one historic preservation elective. 
  • If begun in the fall semester, the certificate course sequence can be successfully completed in 12 months.

AFTER GRADUATION

  • In recent years, graduates have generated a job placement rate of 96 percent.

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Program Details

Degree Type: Graduate Certificate

College/School: College of Arts and Sciences

Program Type: Graduate Certificate

Class Type: In Person

Contact Us

Travis Hicks
Graduate Program Director
Department of Interior Architecture
tlhicks@uncg.edu

Kista Mansell
Historic Preservation Coordinator
clmansel@uncg.edu